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Aug 1

Do you see yourself in Japan once your research/program is completed?

Anonymous

It’s something that I haven’t quite decided yet.

While Japan’s research community is still pretty strong (scandals like the STAP cell paper notwithstanding), I could never work my way to a tenured position. Also, Japan has a poor track record when it comes to gay rights, and it’s difficult to predict when that will change, since their political system is so sluggish/conservative.

And if I end up moving back to the US, I’ll be arriving just in time to get some of that new grant money from the BRAIN initiative as well, so we’ll see…

It’s my birthday!

Now I’m officially… way too old ;_;

You should post more pro wrestling. Your blog would be great with more pro wrestling

紐で緊縛して、顔射して下さい。にゃ~♥

Tie me up and cum on my face. Nyaa~♥

What was the biggest piece of culture shock you found when you moved to Japan?

It sounds kind of silly, but I think my biggest surprise was the fact that every taxi here has automatic doors.

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Imagine leaning over to open a cab door and having it fly open in your face.

Did you wear that chastity thing when that photo was taken?

Anonymous

No, but I’m now imagining the feeling of getting sand stuck inside of it, and I can’t stop cringing.

Thanks!

Being a dork by the sea

Being a dork by the sea

Regarding your lack of intent to climb fuji... You only have two data points. Drawing a trend line from such a small data set is foolish. ;)

Anonymous

*adjusts glasses*

Well, given the fact that a person who climbs Mt. Fuji three times is obviously a greater fool than one who climbed it twice, and assuming that this pattern holds for greater amounts of climbs, then the level of foolishness appears to be a monotonically increasing function.

Meaning that we should begin research into what the opposite of climbing Mt. Fuji might be.

Fun Fact:

The Japanese online abbreviations for “top” and “bottom” are 凸 and 凹. 

Taking a break at the beach. ^_^

Taking a break at the beach. ^_^

You gonna climb fuji this season?

Anonymous

They say that a wise man climbs Mt. Fuji once, and a fool climbs it twice.

Using extrapolation, we can see that not climbing it makes me a genius.

I might be getting a CB-6000 soon do you have any suggestions about trying to keep it clean and semi comfortable

Anonymous

Well, apart from common sense measures, like rinsing it in warm water/leaving it out to dry like any other plastic object, the only thing I can really recommend is to start slowly. Use the largest ring and stopper when starting out, as well as some form of lubrication.

*forgets how to talk to people*

Did you see the video "watching Maru & Hana from the bottom" on youtube? You could make a similar video of you sitting on a glass table, wanking and cuming onto the table ... and please don't find any excuses as usual if someone presents you with a really good idea ...

Anonymous

Hmm…

It could be interesting.

Although I’m worried about the infamous “pressed hams” effect.